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Kulbhushan Jadhav video: India not surprised by propagandistic exercises, says MEA

By Chennabasaveshwar
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    The External Affairs Ministry slammed Pakistan after it released a video of Kulbhushan Jadhav, who is on death row, for its propagandistic exercises. On the new video of Kulbhushan Jadhav, MEA stated that India was not surprised by Pakistan's exercise which carries no credibility.

    Kulbhushan Jadhav video: India not surprised by propagandistic exercises, says MEA

    "This does not come as a surprise. Pakistan is simply continuing its practice of putting out coerced statements on video. It is time for them to realize that such propagandistic exercises simply carry no credibility," Tweeted MEA Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar.

    "Absurdity of a captive under duress certifying his own welfare while mouthing allegations of his captors clearly merits no comment," he said.

    Further, Raveesh Kumar said that Pakistan best advised to fulfil its international obligations, whether it pertains to consular relations or UNSC resolutions 1267 and 1373 on terrorism and to desist from continuing violations of human rights of an Indian national.

    Earlier, in a video released by Pakistan, Kulbhushan Jadhav claimed that seen Pakistan was taking care of him well.

    The video was released days after India had hit out at Pakistan for violating understandings over the Jadhav-family meet and raised questions about the Indian national's well being. India had also asserted that Jadhav appeared coerced and under considerable stress during the tightly-controlled interaction on December 25 at the Pakistan Foreign Office.

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